Trash (Roxy Music song)

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"Trash"
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Single by Roxy Music
from the album Manifesto
B-side "Trash 2"
Released February 1979
Format 7"
Recorded 1978 (1978)–1979 (1979), Ridge Farm Studio, Rusper, England; Basing Street Studios, London
Genre Art rock, punk rock, new wave
Length 2:13
Label Island, Polydor
Songwriter(s) Bryan Ferry, Phil Manzanera
Producer(s) Roxy Music
Roxy Music singles chronology
"Both Ends Burning"
(1975)
"Trash"
(1979)
"Dance Away"
(1979)
"Both Ends Burning"
(1975)
"Trash"
(1979)
"Dance Away"
(1979)

"Trash" is a single by English rock band Roxy Music taken from their 1979 album Manifesto, their first after the comeback that followed the three years hiatus. It peaked at number 40 in the UK charts.[1] "Trash" was backed by a softened arrangement of the same song, called "Trash 2", which was made available on the The Thrill of It All box set.

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